LOS ANGELES – Several clothing vendors and retailers are accused of copying a fabric design without permission.
News from December 2016
LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles clothing company alleges a Van Nuys corporation has been selling shirts with its design.
SACRAMENTO – A Sacramento man has filed a class-action suit over calls he allegedly received from a debt collector.
SAN FRANCISCO – The owner of a fishing vessel is facing a suit from a harbor district over allegations that it failed to pay permit fees.
LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles company alleges its textile designs were illegally distributed.
LOS ANGELES – Two homeowners allege a loan servicer has refused to endorse an insurance check for home repairs.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County man alleges a credit information provider sent him his credit report in audio format instead of written.
SAN FRANCISCO – A San Francisco application developer alleges it was harmed by a social media company's practices.
LOS ANGELES – Declaratory relief is sought from pension plans in California and Michigan regarding off-benefit contributions.
LOS ANGELES – A surgery center in Tarzana alleges insurers did not adequately reimburse it for services provided.
SAN DIEGO – An individual claims a San Diego County debt collector tried to collect a higher amount for an alleged debt that what was actually owed.
LOS ANGELES – A San Bernardino County woman alleges a debt collector has harassed her with hundreds of calls.
SAN DIEGO – A Los Angeles bobble head manufacturer alleges a San Diego real estate company is selling counterfeit Donald Trump bobble heads.
SAN FRANCISCO – An Internet and media business based in China alleges a Santa Clara company applied to register the plaintiff's trademark as its own.
Attorneys need to venue shop and find the right plaintiffs in talc-related cancer cases, Mass Torts speakers say
LAS VEGAS (Northern California Record) – California is a very attractive venue in which to bring cases alleging a connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer but plaintiffs must be carefully chosen, attorneys said during a recent trial lawyer gathering.
Court gives California employers a break – but not a full vacation – from PTO reporting requirements
SANTA ANA, California – California employers looking for clarification on whether they are required to report accrued vacation or paid time off (PTO) on each wage statement for every employee have received a decision that takes some careful reading to understand.
&&&CALIFORNIA--The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California has approved the settlement terms of the class action lawsuit Stemple v. QC Holdings. The plaintiff, Paul Stemple, filed a complaint against QC Holdings alleging it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by contacting him – and others – via cell phone.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to hear a case related to the removal of a 1/64 Native American girl from her potential adoptive family in accordance with the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA).
SACRAMENTO, California – On Nov. 22, the California Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that promises to have a significant impact on how real estate transactions are handled in this state.
SAN FRANCISCO – A federal judge has tossed a lawsuit accusing Twitter of facilitating a terrorist who killed two United States contractors in Jordan last year.